Armatura’s latest White Paper lays out everything you need to know about palm biometrics
With a growing number of businesses, government agencies, and other organizations now beginning to recognize the benefits of biometric technologies in authentication and identification, a new White Paper aims to shed light on the considerations that should go into such decisions, and makes the case for one particular modality above all others: palm biometrics.
As Armatura argues, most biometric modalities involve a compromise between security and convenience. But not Armatura’s unique version of palm recognition, which combines palm print recognition with palm vein recognition using infrared scanning. The end result is a highly accurate biometric matching system that also offers the convenience of a contactless scan. All that is required is a wave of the hand – from up to distance of 60cm – and Armatura’s system can confirm the end user’s identity with virtually absolute certainty.
It’s a bold claim, but the mechanics of Armatura’s system are laid out in detail in the company’s White Paper, which covers everything from the four different kinds of sensors used to acquire palmprints, to the mathematics of feature extraction, to the texture patterns of palm veins. Read the full paper for an in-depth look at how multi-spectral Palm Recognition Technology represents a breakthrough in biometric identification.
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